Plasma serotonin concentrations: validation of a sampling technique using long catheters.

Abstract

Serotonin is released by activated platelets and may promote platelet aggregation and epicardial coronary artery constriction in animal models. Serotonin may have similar effects in humans and, thus may be a mediator of certain ischemic syndromes. However, the role of serotonin in human ischemic heart disease has not been studied. Since evaluation of… (More)

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@article{Berg1987PlasmaSC, title={Plasma serotonin concentrations: validation of a sampling technique using long catheters.}, author={Else van den Berg and James M Schmitz and Claude R. Benedict and Jessica Prewitt and Craig Malloy and James T. Willerson and Gregory J. Dehmer}, journal={The American journal of the medical sciences}, year={1987}, volume={294 5}, pages={324-7} }